After 4 years in the Air Force, Brando Johnson was seeking a new job. He found what he was looking for when one possibility -- a career as a wind turbine service technician-blew him away. Wind turbine service technicians, also called wind techs, repair and maintain the complicated machinery inside wind turbines. As the lead technician on a wind farm, Brandon consults an internal Web site to check the status of each of the farm's turbines. The basic parts of a wind turbine are the tower, the blades, and the nacelle. Standard safety procedures include ensuring that turbines have been turned off before entering them, having at least two technicians work together, and requiring that they wear gear such as safety harnesses, hardhats, and safety goggles. The wind industry is relatively new, so there are currently no standard certifications for wind turbine service technicians.